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The plot is simplistic in the extreme and more than a little silly, but John Wick is delivered with style and energy.

Film review: Revenge thriller 'John Wick' gets by on impressive style

October 22nd, 2014

The plot is simplistic in the extreme and more than a little silly, but John Wick is delivered with style and energy.

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